3 pathways to mastery in any thing we do!
Posted April 5, 2011on:
So we want to be a master student or we want to be an excellent accountant or we want to be an oustanding entrepreneur….
The question is: How to achieve mastery in any thing we do?
Wayne Dyre, a motivational speaker once met an ice hockey player and ask him about his secret of being the great hockey player and he responded: I practice every day. However, Wayne Dyre was not satisfied with the response. So, he kept on exploring. Finally, the hockey player said: I see the goal in my mind before actually scoring it!
What are the pathways to becoming best in whatever we do?
Three pathways, as suggested by Mr. Dyre are:
In order to get to the topic, discipline is needed. No olympic player wins a medal without practicing and discipline. Without disciplines, teams cannot win. In order to be a good learner, organized working is required for which practicing with discipline is the key.
Do we love what we do?
Are we happy with what we are doing on a day to day basis?
It is said that if you don’t find the job you love than love the job you find!
Acceptance from heart and feeling the work is the final pathway to mastery. World’s best players not only enjoy what they do but their life is fully dedicated towards what they do.